||This shrine is the culmination of the work of
many people, not just myself. I do not exaggerate when I say this
shrine would not be here in its completed form today if it were not the
help of the following people. Like any thanks page, I'm sure I
have forgotten to mention people, especially since this page was
started back in May 1997. But if you feel like you deserve to be
on here, contact me and maybe I'll add you in a few months later when
I'm not feeling too lazy.
- Myself. Yes, myself. I started this page, I
finished it, and I think it's pretty damned good. Though I
undoubtedly will forever hold the record of RPGC Staffer with the
longest-running incomplete shrine, I think the wait has been worth
it. Therefore, I congratulate myself for perserving, unlike my
- Bahamut, who was smart enough to realize making a shrine
sucks. Bahamut was the original maintainer of the Final Fantasy 6
Shrine here, though our FF6 shrines started pretty much simultaneously
at different locations. When Bahamut quit RPGC, I brought over my
FF6 Shrine from my old site, AtmaGames. Nevertheless, Bahamut has
been a good friend and collaborator, though we never talk about the old
FF6 Shrine anymore. I thank Bahamut for giving me the opportunity
to host my site here and letting it live on.
- James Shaheen. Yes, you all probably hate him, but he
encouraged me a long time ago to bring over my FF6 Shrine rather than
delete it, like I was planning on doing. If James Shaheen had not
offered me the position, I doubt the shrine would exist today.
- Hiryuu was a fellow worker at my site AtmaGames who took
over the shrine for a brief period of time many, many years ago after I
decided I wasn't up for the job anymore. Hiryuu maintained the
shrine, keeping it intact and fixing a number of problems with it,
until AtmaGames closed, at which point I retook control of the shrine
here at RPGC. Hiryuu has since been a useful contributor and
critic for the shrine, and will be the person I give this shrine too in
the event I decide to leave it behind me.
- Dragon God. He sent me the original FFIII Player's Guide, published
by nintendo, for use in my walkthrough. He didn't even ask for anything
in return. Much thanks to you man.
- Sky. Wherever this man is, I thank him, for he
donated a slew of useful pictures to this site. Among these
pictures are all of the monster pictures I have, which I never would
have had the time or patience to do myself.
- Dragon Ninja contributed the EGM images in the media
- Daemoness contributed the MIDI collection now up in the
media section, and also pointed out a number of mistakes.
- All other contributors, whose names I have long forgotten.